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Episode dated 27 February 1954 (27 Feb. 1954)

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Top songs in this episode are "That's Amore" sung by Dorothy Collins a she's pulled by a donkey cart, "Changing Partners" sung by a pensive Snooky Lanson, worried that his girl will slip ... See full summary »

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Dorothy Collins ...
Herself - Vocalist
Snooky Lanson ...
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Herself
Russell Arms ...
Himself - Vocalist
The Hit Paraders and Dancers ...
Themselves
Raymond Scott ...
Himself - Orchestra Director
The Lucky Strike Orchestra ...
Themselves - Musicians
André Baruch ...
Himself - Announcer
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Top songs in this episode are "That's Amore" sung by Dorothy Collins a she's pulled by a donkey cart, "Changing Partners" sung by a pensive Snooky Lanson, worried that his girl will slip away from him at a dance, "Stranger in Paradise" and "Secret Love sung by Gisele MacKenzie, "Man and Woman" performed in a boxing ring by sparring partners Russell Arms and Gisele MacKenzie and Dorothy Collins plaintive take on "Oh My Pa-Pa". Extra numbers include Snooky Lanson and the boys as cavemen singing "Heart of My Heart" and bopping passing beauties with their spiked clubs and the Lucky Strikes Orchestra's instrument version of "Mama Inez". Written by David Bassler

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That's Amore
Music by Harry Warren (uncredited)
Lyrics by Jack Brooks (uncredited)
Performed by Dorothy Collins and The Hit Paraders and Dancers
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